Is Termite Control Treatment Safe?

Posted: August 17, 2015 in Home Improvement, Pest Control

photoProfessional termite treatment is often the best and only solution for eradicating the dreaded pests from an infected property. However, many people worry about the health and safety concerns of using these chemicals. The premise is that something that can kill or at least ward off pests can be dangerous to humans as well.

Well, this is why whom ever  is carrying out the treatment matters a lot! Reliable pest control Fort Mill SC companies like Tactical Pest and Termite Solutions use only the best and safest products available on the market. The termiticides that they use have been evaluated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and do not pose any significant risk to humans, pets or even the environment in general. They have a mild odor which disappears soon after it is applied.

The hazard lies more in the manner of application than the chemical itself, the pest control Fort Mill SC service provider has certified and experienced technicians who carefully apply the products as per the label directions so as to pose negligible risk to humans.

Moreover, termite treatment is mostly performed outside the house and directed into the soil. Spot treatment is done inside the structure only when absolutely necessary and only after ensuring that the necessary safety measures are in place.House-Pest-Image

As an added safeguard, small children, pregnant women, and those with he and pets can vacate the house for a few hours while termite treatment is underway. Return only after it has been aired for 1-2 hours.

Everything is safe now!

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